Studies show that fine and white lines meet on the skin of 90% of women. Although not medically a problem, stretch marks are the “scare” of women, being the most common skin lesions. and because there is nothing to prevent their occurrence, all we can do is treat them through mesotherapy.
The non-surgical and slightly invasive technique consists of injecting in the mesoderm and subcutaneous fat layers of small quantities of substances that have the role of destroying the cellulite network, to mobilize fat in this area, to increase blood flow, to increase lymphatic drainage and venous, to restore the skin’s structure and restore its elasticity and firmness.
As skin tone increases, the area with stretch marks has improved blood circulation and lymphatic drainage. Everything seems to be perfect in one pinch! Short history of collagen The epidermis has several layers: the horny, lucid, granular, filamentous and basal (germinal) layers. The horny layer loses 20-30 dead cells daily, these being permanently replaced by new ones.
As we exfoliate our skin more often, the more elasticity it gets and the younger it becomes by renewing the cells. The dermis is located under the epidermis and offers elasticity and tonicity. At this level are fibroblasts, collagen precursors, elastin and reticulin and nerve endings, as well as blood vessels. Collagen fibers make up about 90% of the dermal fibers and they are the ones that give strength and firmness to the skin.
After 25 years of age, collagen production decreases, and around 40 years of age, its production stops. The hypodermis has a variable thickness and at its level are the sweat glands, hair follicles, blood vessels and hair.
Cocktails injected into the skin! The pH of the skin in general is 5.5, and the hydrolipidic film at the skin level plays an essential role in protecting the skin: maintaining water inside it but also rejecting microorganisms. To keep the complexion clear, without strong wrinkles, and the skin of the body firm and free of cellulite and stretch marks, women should resort to the process called mesotherapy.
Mesotherapy treatments are minimally invasive, painless aesthetic procedures, which involve injecting substances or cocktails of substances in small doses into the subcutaneous layer, more precisely in stretch marks. At the mesoderm level it creates better oxygenation and nourishment, which makes them disappear over time.
The beauty “comes” in 8 sessions Mesotherapy involves the injection of extracts such as: artichoke, elcarnitine, caffeine, phosphatidylcholine, routine extract, amino acids, vitamins, organic silicon, glycolic acid, zinc, trace elements, biotin (vitamin H, skin essential), gingko biloba or hyaluronic acid. These types of sessions are held every 7 days, for about 7-8 sessions.
After that, it is advisable to hold a meeting per month. To achieve an optimal result it is supplemented with diets, electrostimulation, lymphatic drainage and endermological massages.